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Oliver Hart Parr 70 Spoke Wheels

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02-10-2019 07:28:19

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I am looking for a set of round spoke rear wheels as well as the front wheels. Does anybody know where a guy might find a pair. Thanks for any help you can give.

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02-10-2019 08:33:33

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 Re: Oliver Hart Parr 70 Spoke Wheels in reply to 39MPuller, 02-10-2019 07:28:19  
What size? 36,38,40? I've got a pair of F&H 8x40s,but the centers are broke where they clamp to the axles. I don't know if they could be cut off and welded to another pair of centers or not. It'd be a lot of work.

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02-10-2019 08:35:37

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 Re: Oliver Hart Parr 70 Spoke Wheels in reply to rrlund, 02-10-2019 08:33:33  
I would prefer either 36 or 38 just for the reason those tires are easier to get. Did F&H make any 38"?

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02-10-2019 08:51:27

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 Re: Oliver Hart Parr 70 Spoke Wheels in reply to 39MPuller, 02-10-2019 08:35:37  
I would imagine they did,but 36 and 40 were more the standard sizes for them in the early days. I wish mine were in better shape,I'd put them on my 70 and use my 40 inch rims that I have on cast centers,as duals like my uncle's had. As far as spoke fronts,that's something I've never seen. Most of the early ones had cast centers.

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